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FIRST YOUNGSTERS STAKE. FORE WINS THE NATIONAL AND IS FIRST . TWO-YEAR-OLD STAKE WINNER. Colloquy Outsprints Lens and Apache, and Glorifier Runs Unplaced — Lad of Langden Outstays Hyperion II. and Carthage. N-w oilcans. La., January 20. — The fatten! , Stakes, tke Bret lare-year-eM fixture of tke season, was nm anil won today by I.. A. fellas Ton-, a racy looking tilly tiy Oflariaa — hi Front, which beat her stable companion. Sea Swell, oul a head alter a knag, hard -lielili drive. II was Fores maiden effort anil she ran like a good tilly. As a Tmrllmg Fore hail outworked everything in the Cella Stable and slie lived ii;i to her early promise by running a naneakkag good ran today. The Ootllgaa stable was third and fourth with Elizabeth Harwooil and Anue M Cw. Pare left the barrier with a raak and daslied into a. 1 wo-lengths lead on the turn into llf homestretch, but laek of eondition told on her at the end, where she tired and l.ee was forced to * put up a rousing finish to get her home first. There weic nine starlets. McCormick adding Gloriole. Reside s tlic Cella and Corrigan iiairs. A. II. and 1 . II. Morris were represented by two. I.ady thiltou and Cunning, carrying the famous all scarlet. Neither of tin- latter was ever prominent, the race being continiil to 1 lit- Cella and Corrigan pairs all the way. Tie tabulated history of the National Stakes is a follows: Year. Winner. Wt To. key. Val. Time. I.mh; Mm Hale 12 » Nicol . . . . . ..21."i :" 0J NOT Notasulga ......US Garner .... i.ttso :41 * loos Fore IP* J. l.ee .... l.O.Mi :33| Dkftaajca 12 mile in loin;. :: 1-2 furlongs in 1im»7. The program was an excellent one. Outside of tie- stake it had as features a steeplechase, a si taraanga handicap and a mile condition race in which good class was well represented. James McCormick furnished the only winning favorite taring tin- afternoon in Kain . which won the opening race in a canter. Molile Carta, which was beaten off in his prtviou-tacc. made hi- opponents look cheap in the steeplechase. He was a wild horse today, and soon after the start dashed to the front and staged there. A l one stage he led ata opponents n.v six or eight lengths and at the tinish was lighting for his head. Another horse whoso impi ovement was rather sudden, was Krakespearo. which won the sixth race in which he beat among others Lotus Brandt and Jennies Peaii. In his previous race Brakespcare was a badly beaten horse all the way. Peggy Humble ami Hugh McCaffrey the two I inker ton men who were assigned to duty here on Maantay last, today picked up a notorious Spanish pickpocket, Lslrados I natos by name, who arrived from Mexico a few days afO. nalos. who was unknown to the local men. was caught in the act of lifting a wallet from the hip pocket of an old gentleman in the ring, and Humble grabbed Unatos by the wrist that held the wallet. ■Hub" May yesterday shipped to Lexington to he resi.d up the Ihree horses. Pteaae. Marbles and Patriet. May will remain here himself until alter the running of the two Derby s. Besides Patriot. May has four other two year olds at Lexington. It has been announced that the eastern system of bitting will be introdmed at the spring meeting at Churchill Downs. Louisville. The report that arai sent out that Paris Mutuels would be used is incorrect. ■ewa] of the Jajaepefn which William Gerst has bi-en racing here will be shipped buck to their oivihs farm at Nashville, where 1 hey will be turned out tar a couple of months. a aale ol hetaea in training In hi in the pad dock at City Park today, the following were dis-poet J of: N-ptuue. to I.. M. Decker. S2 H|-. Dick ■aae, to .. If. Decker QN; Alpenmarchen. to L. M. Keeker, 1202; IPatec Dec t.. T. K. byaek, sum H. Desk arriree from Toronlo yesterday in arrange lor Ike shipment ol the jumpers Dulcian and Merrymaker te Woodbine Park, white they will he rested up aartll the opening of tke Toronto meeting in llaj . Jeck-y Joe Hogg will leave for Tampa on Friday. II" has been released by J. S. Ward.